Fairy Tale Scrapbook

giovanamedeiros:

I almost forgot to upload these! The final Thumbelina series.

All watercolor, graphite and bits of white gouache.

fashionpr0n:

"The Ugly Duckling" Makeup by Tal Peleg

fashionpr0n:

"The Ugly Duckling" Makeup by Tal Peleg

emily-barrera:

Hansel & Gretel

emily-barrera:

Hansel & Gretel

gicabyte:

Goldilocks for Sketch_Dailies! I had so much fun with this.

Goldilocks with a bit of Alice.

gicabyte:

Goldilocks for Sketch_Dailies! I had so much fun with this.

Goldilocks with a bit of Alice.

lololshirts:

Goldilocks is a badass who broke into a house, ate their food, slept in their beds and most importantly didn’t give a single f*ck. Show off your love for fairytales, blonde bombshells, and utter disregard for anyone and anything with this Goldilocks and the Three Bears, tribal parody!Buy the shirt here:http://www.lookhuman.com/design/64418-tribal-goldilocks

lololshirts:

Goldilocks is a badass who broke into a house, ate their food, slept in their beds and most importantly didn’t give a single f*ck. Show off your love for fairytales, blonde bombshells, and utter disregard for anyone and anything with this Goldilocks and the Three Bears, tribal parody!

Buy the shirt here:
http://www.lookhuman.com/design/64418-tribal-goldilocks

angstfish:

In the end I talk about Little red riding hood. For me is the most  interesting fairytail.

The red of the hood can be the first period the girl, the gift of feminine from the other women of the family or also a sign of her fate.  The Wolf can also be part of the soul of the lil’ girl, a fear inside her. But I prefer to think of the beast as something physical, real. In the Grimm’s fairytale we know that the girl is saved by the hunter, but she’s matured in the belly of the wolf, because she’s the one that think how to kill the wolf. Also, in the future, she will meet another wolf and she will run away from him (there are two parts in the Grimm’s fairytale)

BUT not everyone knows about Charles Perrault whom in thw 1697 wrote another version of the fairytale: Le Petit Chaperon rouge. If you ever want to read this tale, be prepared: the Wolf is without no doubt a rapist and the story ends with the death of Lil’riding hood.

fairytalemood:

"Garden Fairy Blessings" by Jennifer M. Gifford

fairytalemood:

"Garden Fairy Blessings" by Jennifer M. Gifford

varyalanis:

Shameless self-promoting. <.<;;
My friend and I did a really cool dark fairytale themed photoshoot for a gallery submission last weekend! This was from our “Bluebeard” round.  We also did some for a “Little Mermaid” theme, though I completely forgot to do the image that I wanted for that set. xP Anyway, please don’t delete this source!

varyalanis:

Shameless self-promoting. <.<;;

My friend and I did a really cool dark fairytale themed photoshoot for a gallery submission last weekend! This was from our “Bluebeard” round.  We also did some for a “Little Mermaid” theme, though I completely forgot to do the image that I wanted for that set. xP Anyway, please don’t delete this source!

gicabyte:

Goldilocks for Sketch_Dailies! I had so much fun with this.

gicabyte:

Goldilocks for Sketch_Dailies! I had so much fun with this.

complainingovercamomile:

Scarlet by emimino.
starpatches:

some more mermaid ideas

starpatches:

some more mermaid ideas

reneenault:

This Friday’s mermaid is based on a lionfish!
You can get prints of all my Friday mermaids in my Etsy shop or my web shop. Also, the mermaid postcard set is now available!
See all the weekly mermaids so far here.

reneenault:

This Friday’s mermaid is based on a lionfish!

You can get prints of all my Friday mermaids in my Etsy shop or my web shop. Also, the mermaid postcard set is now available!

See all the weekly mermaids so far here.

secondlina:

Here is “Knot”, a short comic I drew to sell at Mocca and TCAF this year. The printed version is going to be SO PRETTY. I’m in love with the cover (which I will post later).

I just wanted to do something fairy-tale-like that talked about doubts and frustrations and how to deal with them. I’m really happy with how colorful and adorable the story turned out to be. 

If you enjoyed “Knot”, please consider reblogging it and/or checking out my ongoing webcomic Namesake! HUGS TO ALL OF YOU!

jcheinsz:

A spread for a children’s book retelling the story of the Wizard of Oz 

jcheinsz:

A spread for a children’s book retelling the story of the Wizard of Oz 

fairytalemood:

art by Courtney Godbey